Set 1: Big Railroad Blues, Jack Straw, Sugaree, Mexicali Blues, Here Comes Sunshine, Black Throated Wind, Cumberland Blues, Row Jimmy, The Race is On, Brown Eyed Women, Beat It On Down The Line, Tennessee Jed, El Paso, China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider, Around and Around
Set 2: Truckin' > The Other One > Big River > The Other One > Eyes Of The World > The Other One > Wharf Rat, Me & My Uncle, Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad > One More Saturday Night
Note 2: I (Bob Clevenger) have trimmed a small amount
of silence and minor tuning from the tracks on set 2
to reduce the total time of the set to <85 minutes.
This allows all of set 2 to be burned onto one disc if
you use a 90 min. disc. Sadly at this time most recording
software won't allow overburning in excess of 85 min.
These modified tracks are in the folder labelled
"discs 3&4 alternate" and I have preserved the original
tracks in the folders labelled "disc 3" and "disc 4."
Take your pick, but you don't really need both versions.
November 16, 2018 Subject:
She laid on me this ROSE..
The jam out of TRUCKIN' is so bass heavy you know they are going to really let loose.
Wow! Transition jam
into The first verse of TOO
it has so many trippy twist and turns.
With the departures into
BIG RIVER (perhaps a little subdued)
EYES (nailed it)
It sounded to me like Weir was eyeballing
Me & My Uncle out of EYES jam
and then the entire jam emptying into
The second verse of TOO
and abruptly a >Wharf Rat coda
REALLY THIS IS FILET MINION
or the ultimate Shiitake mushroom
for you veggie Heads
March 12, 2013 Subject:
I find the tuning completely unnecessary. For once, I find this preferable over Mr. Miller's. Wharf Rat is great, but personally I would have placed it at the end of the Other One saga, instead of Big River. But I guess it's nice to have a relaxer after an Other One that is that crazy!